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    Default Cleaning house- I have 1.0.2, just want to reload 1.0.2, some issues

    I have the 1.0.2, I've downloaded the file, but it always unzips, leaving me with a folder, iphone1,1_1 (which is the right folder) but when I option click in iTunes to select that folder, it won't choose it. I can open it, and then I am presented with four options and another folder- 694-5259-38.dmg, 694-5262-39.dmg, kernelcache.restore.release.s5l8900xrb, Restore.plist I'm thinking that I need to click on the restore.plist, but I haven't found a single verification anywhere that this is the file that I need to choose. And I can't choose the ipzw (can't remember the exact name) because there's not one there.

    I also have the option of going to the ~/library/itunes/iphone software updates and selecting iPhone1,1_1.0.2_1C25_to_1C28_Update.ipsw but the size of the file is only 3.7 megs, no way big enough.

    Which one do I do?

    Oh- doing this to clear out lots of chatter and crap from apptapp. Regular apps starting to get slow and buggy, time for a clear and restore, like any other computer.

    Thanks!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Quelish View Post
    I have the 1.0.2, I've downloaded the file, but it always unzips, leaving me with a folder, iphone1,1_1 (which is the right folder) but when I option click in iTunes to select that folder, it won't choose it. I can open it, and then I am presented with four options and another folder- 694-5259-38.dmg, 694-5262-39.dmg, kernelcache.restore.release.s5l8900xrb, Restore.plist I'm thinking that I need to click on the restore.plist, but I haven't found a single verification anywhere that this is the file that I need to choose. And I can't choose the ipzw (can't remember the exact name) because there's not one there.

    I also have the option of going to the ~/library/itunes/iphone software updates and selecting iPhone1,1_1.0.2_1C25_to_1C28_Update.ipsw but the size of the file is only 3.7 megs, no way big enough.

    Which one do I do?

    Oh- doing this to clear out lots of chatter and crap from apptapp. Regular apps starting to get slow and buggy, time for a clear and restore, like any other computer.

    Thanks!
    Common mistake! Do choose that 1,1 .0.2 folder don't go any further highlight it and go do not try to find the files, because Independence asks where the files are and they are right there in THAT FOLDER capisce ?

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    I used iunlock, as far as I know I have no relationship with iNdependance- so I still am stuck with the 'choose' option, which doesn't allow the dialogue box to be closed.

    [img=http://img517.imageshack.us/img517/2605/picture1rk9.th.jpg]

    This is what I'm seeing when doing the restore through iTunes.

    Thoughts?

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    Oh, I almost forgot. I'm using an AT&T sim, I didn't need to do anything special to activate. I unlocked the phone for international travel, not for use in the domestic market.

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    If you are trying to download the full firmware file 1.02 it is about 91.2 MB (actually 1.00, 1.01 and 1.02 are all about that size). If what you are trying to do is download the file and have the browser NOT unzip it....

    If you are on a Mac and using Safari, in Safari, go to Preferences, General and uncheck [Open "safe" files after downloading]. You should get the file intact. Other browsers have similar settings elsewhere.

    Hope this helps.


 

 

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